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Lindemans Old Gueuze Cuvée René

Beer Information

Serving types:
  • Case - Bottles
  • Bottled 355ML
  • Bottled 750ML
Best Served in:
Tulip
Best Serving Temperature:
41° F
Alcohol by Volume (ABV):
International Bitterness Units (IBU):
16 IBU's
Availability:
Available Year-round
Still Brewed:
Yes
Awards
BRUSSELS BEER CHALLENGE
Gold medal 2013 category Lambic & Gueuze 2013

AUSTRALIAN INTERNATIONAL BEER AWARDS
Silver Award 2014

WORLD BEER AWARDS
World's Best Gueuze 2013
Europe's Best Label 2013

Goes Best WIth

Goes Best With (Food)
Goes Best With (Cheese)

Product Notes

Gueuze Cuvée René is one of the jewels of our brewery. With its golden colour, its sparkle and its beautiful sherry aromas, this is the queen of gueuzes.
 
This old gueuze is a blend of old and young lambic matured in large oak barrels called foudres. It is then bottled in a beautiful champagne bottle where a second fermentation takes place. After 6 months, the gueuze obtains a golden colour and is slightly carbonated and tart. But kept in a cellar for a few years, it becomes truly exceptional!
 
The use of a champagne bottle dates back to an uncertain time period when lambic brewers specialised in recovering empty bottles from great restaurants and other establishments where a lot of champagne was consumed. That is why we chose the most noble of bottles to hold our noblest beer.

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